Universal's TheHulk added $7.5m from2,958 sites in 26 territories over the weekend to raise its internationalrunning total to $53.1m.

Number oneopening highlights include $296,000 from 69 theatres in Denmark for Universal's12th biggest opening of all time there, and a strong $292,000 from 50 inIndonesia.

Portugal grossed$314,000 from 67 for the distributor's sixth biggest bow and Sweden yielded$505,000 from 82 for the 11th best opening ever.

The Netherlands grosseda disappointing and lower than expected $342,000 from 104 sites.

In holdovers,Germany added $688,000 from 549, placing third and dropping 61% from theprevious week for a $3.1m total after 11 days.

Spain added$1.1m from 373, down 60% from last weekend for third place and $5m in 10 days.

In otherholdovers, Australia finished fourth on $760,000 from 223, down 21% for $5.4mafter 18 days; New Zealand finished fourth on $147,000 from 55, down a mere 5%for $875,000 after 18 days.

In Mexico thefilm placed third and added $740,000 from 342, dropping 60% for $10.3m after 17days; and in Taiwan it finished second in its third week on $280,000 from 56,dropping 42% for a $3m running total.

At time of going to press weekend figures were not in fromFrance, where cinema-goers celebrated the national Bastille Day holiday, andsome Latin American territories.

There are still16 markets left to open, including the UK, Finland, Israel and Poland nextweekend. Japan is due to open on Aug 2 and China in September.

2 Fast 2Furious added $2.7m from2,189 sites in 23 territories for $73.4m.

Highlightsincluded number one openings in Croatia ($38,000 from six sites, which was 48%bigger than the original) and Lebanon ($35,000 from nine for Universal's thirdbiggest bow of the year).

The film stillhas 22 territories to go, including Japan on Aug 23.

8 Mile passed $125m last week and ranks 15th inits eighth week in Japan, where it added $23,000 for $12.6m. The internationaltotal is $125.4m.